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Most electric utility companies make quarterly adjustments to their electric supply rates for customers. You’ve probably noticed that your electric bill is higher and lower during certain times of the year. While the amount of electricity you consume affects the bottom line of your bill, so does the supply price you pay per kilowatt hour (kWh).\n

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what s the difference between commercial

What’s the difference between commercial & residential electric rates?

Most electric utility companies make quarterly adjustments to their electric supply rates for

customers. You’ve probably noticed that your electric bill is higher and lower during certain

times of the year. While the amount of electricity you consume affects the bottom line of your

bill, so does the supply price you pay per kilowatt hour (kWh).

Electric utilities set different supply rates for commercial and residential customers. At the

same time that the rate you pay for your home decreases, the rate you pay for your business

may increase. For instance, Canada’s PPL Electric Utilities is touting a 4.1% cut to its tariff rate,

from 7.5 cents/kWh to 7.2 cents/kWh. However, this rate decrease is for residential customers

only. PPL will charge commercial customers a tariff rate of nearly 11 cents/kWh

Locking into a contract with a competitive supplier at a fixed price lower than your local utility’s

tariff rate eliminates the risk of volatile price increases. Business owners can contact Peace

Power’s unbiased team of advisors to compare prices from many reliable suppliers and choose

a contract that best fits your needs.